Foodie, Unprocessed

A Month Unprocessed

Do you know FOODIE? It’s an online platform that makes it easy to share and collect recipes. They have a beautiful, free iOS app that includes a new recipe collection each month.

I’ve partnered with them to create an Unprocessed recipe edition, and it just went live in the App Store! We’ve called it A Month Unprocessed: 31 Days of Whole-Ingredient Recipes.

My goal was to have something for everyone — from super-easy recipes to some that are a bit more complex.  A handful of the recipes are from yours truly, but most are from guest posts from previous October Unprocessed challenges.

This is an enjoyable way to bring some unprocessed recipes into your kitchen, for October and beyond. The app is fun to navigate, well-organized, and did I already say beautiful and free?

If you’ve got an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, etc.), go here to check out the app and download it to your device.

If you don’t have an iOS device, you can view the recipe collection on the FOODIE website.

A Month Unprocessed iOS App

Huge thanks to all of my generous, enthusiastic contributors — everyone was incredibly gracious to allow us to publish their recipes and gorgeous photos:

Amelia Winslow, Beth Lee, Christina Conte, DanaDani SpiesGaby DalkinHannah CordesIrvin LinJackie Gonzalez-FeezerJeanette ChenJessica FisherKathleen FlinnKelly JaggersKimberly Henricks-FriedhoffKristine DuncanMaria SpeckMary Papoulias-PlatisMimi HoltzNatalie Wiser-OrozcoSabrina Modelle, and Valentina Kenney Wein.

Thanks also to Ben, Katrina and the entire team at Mode/Foodie for inviting me to curate this recipe collection. It takes a lot of work behind the scenes to put something like this together, and they totally rock!

A photo of Andrew Wilder leaning into the frame and smiling, hovering over mixing bowls in the kitchen.

Welcome to Eating Rules!

Hi! My name is Andrew Wilder, and I think healthy eating doesn’t have to suck. With just three simple eating rules, we'll kickstart your journey into the delicious and vibrant world of unprocessed food.

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September 16, 2014 4:53 pm

I wish the website wasn’t so adamant about signing up with Facebook or twitter. I’d like to be able to search and save without adding another layer of information. Is there another way to sign into the website?

September 14, 2014 2:21 pm

What a great project. The unprocessed way of eating is becoming huge and you’re doing great things for it!! It was good seeing you at FBLA yesterday!

ka kowalski
September 13, 2014 11:05 am

I have an android phone, so the app won’t work for me. I’ll check out the website.

September 11, 2014 7:28 pm

Thanks! great idea

September 11, 2014 6:24 pm

Got mine. It’s beautiful. Congrats. GREG

September 10, 2014 4:40 pm

Woohoo … congrats, Andrew! And thanks so much for including me!

I am downloading the app now … and I cannot wait to dive into all the recipes!

mz kitty
September 10, 2014 1:07 pm

Greetingz, i am very excitated about this endever in Oct! I been pretty much cooking W/O processed foods for awhile. Now with this challenge, i want to revamp my fats, oils, & basic sauces into healthy alterntives. Made from scratch, like no store around for miles! Looking forward & never behind…

September 10, 2014 10:33 am

Congratulations! This is a beautiful work.

Oh my goodness. October Unprocessed is just around the corner, isn’t it? I’m not ready!!!

September 10, 2014 10:33 am

Very nice! Thanks for including my recipe in the collection. This is a really useful resource for anyone who wants to do the unprocessed challenge.

September 10, 2014 10:02 am

Nice job to all for putting this together and thanks so much for including one of my recipes! There are many inspiring ones. Great curation.